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When adding reduction potentials
do not consider any factors multiplying the equation, but consider the changes in signs
Standard free energy change in terms of standard reaction potential
delta G^o = -nFE^o
F= faraday's constant, 96485 C/mol e-
n= mole e- exchanged
E= standard reduction potential in V
If E is negative, the reaction is spontaneous or nonspontaneous?
nonspontaneous
Nernst Equation
E(cell) = E^o - (RT/nF)ln Q
= E^o - (.0592/n)log Q
Log K = in terms of n and E?
nE^o / .0592
At equilibirum, E (cell) = ?
0
Amphere = ?
coulombs / second
Current?
Current (I) = charge (q)/ time (sec)